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  1. #4621
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    Hello Quinoa, Post 4579--left photo----is that a white heart a little up hill from the giant boulder with the two vertical white lines? I noticed too that the 50 foot dead tree on the down hill side of the tales slope seems to be pointing at a giant face. Is the white line coming off the white face pointing to another Spanish marker or the mine?

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    Barton Thom

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    Hello Cyzak, I like your photo--but I do NOT like your spot! Digging any where where the yellow date is located will give you a quick trip to the promised land! ( It is a D. Trap ).

    Yet I would try and walk further back--towards from where you took the photo and take photos along that cliff face.
    Then I would go up top where the trees are--and see what you find up there.
    If it were me--I would try and pull directions off the trap--do NOT destroy the trap or you destroy the directions.
    I would look for "U" notches to give you guidance--and I am inclined to go up towards the trees and look for an entrance or pozo there.
    Just a hunch of mine--that and $ 10 will get you a meal at McDonalds.

    Looks like a miner --is in the center of your photo--looking to the left--hum, hum, three drill holes--or is it four.
    with broom sticks, dowls in the holes do they converge and make one or two sight lines?
    Last edited by Barton; Sep 03, 2019 at 01:06 AM. Reason: correct spelling
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barton View Post
    Hello Cyzak, I like your photo--but I do NOT like your spot! Digging any where where the yellow date is located will give you a quick trip to the promised land! ( It is a D. Trap ).

    Yet I would try and walk further back--towards from where you took the photo and take photos along that cliff face.
    Then I would go up top where the trees are--and see what you find up there.
    If it were me--I would try and pull directions off the trap--do NOT destroy the trap or you destroy the directions.
    I would look for "U" notches to give you guidance--and I am inclined to go up towards the trees and look for an entrance or pozo there.
    Just a hunch of mine--that and $ 10 will get you a meal at McDonalds.

    Looks like a miner --is in the center of your photo--looking to the left--hum, hum, three drill holes--or is it four.
    with broom sticks, dowls in the holes do they converge and make one or two sight lines?
    I know that is a close up but if I had stepped back 6" I would go off a 60 foot shear cliff I believe they did these thing on purpose I have looked at a lot of Sandy1 photos posted here and this is set up like a couple that Sandy1 has discovered.I think they did this so as to detour some one from looking that is why it is established near a cliff.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barton View Post
    Hello Quinoa, Post 4579--left photo----is that a white heart a little up hill from the giant boulder with the two vertical white lines? I noticed too that the 50 foot dead tree on the down hill side of the tales slope seems to be pointing at a giant face. Is the white line coming off the white face pointing to another Spanish marker or the mine?

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    Hey Barton, hope you are well, no I didn't for sure see a heart there, the huge boulder with the lines is not likely right by the mine. It's just saying to look on that hillside somewhere, they put it where it stood out and catches your eye. It may have a specific bearing and distance over to it, but it's likely placed a couple hundred feet away from it, perhaps the boulder is placed downhill from it ( downhill from the mine), since its getting you to look midway up the hill.
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    Not sure if people caught the general shape of the shaft sign on the boulder with the parallel lines. Forget about positive and negative space, just look at the general outline everything makes.Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi Sandy, can you elaborate more on the diamond symbol and the tau cross symbol. These 2 symbols are at our site in a creek as shown on page 306 in my last post. We are planning a trip to our site soon, if you could reply as soon as possible it would be very helpful. To our understanding we are supposed to dig under the tau cross or around the diamond, is that true? They are within 3-4 feet of each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Running man View Post
    Hi Sandy, can you elaborate more on the diamond symbol and the tau cross symbol. These 2 symbols are at our site in a creek as shown on page 306 in my last post. We are planning a trip to our site soon, if you could reply as soon as possible it would be very helpful. To our understanding we are supposed to dig under the tau cross or around the diamond, is that true? They are within 3-4 feet of each other.
    May I ask who do you think were the people who engineered this site.
    The mountains have rules.They are harsh rules,but they are there,and if you keep to them you are safe.A mountain is not like humanity. A mountain is sincere. The weapons to conquer it exists inside you,inside your soul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyzak View Post
    May I ask who do you think were the people who engineered this site.
    I know for sure that it is of Spanish origin. We have found all of the monuments: turtles, owls, a blue heart, an eagle, a shrine and several birds, etc. It all seems to lead to this tau cross and sideways diamond laying in this creek. We feel that this has to be the key somehow. We are just wondering if you know what the tau cross and diamond mean. Thanks for taking the time to respond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Running man View Post
    I know for sure that it is of Spanish origin. We have found all of the monuments: turtles, owls, a blue heart, an eagle, a shrine and several birds, etc. It all seems to lead to this tau cross and sideways diamond laying in this creek. We feel that this has to be the key somehow. We are just wondering if you know what the tau cross and diamond mean. Thanks for taking the time to respond.
    I can tell you this do not dig close to a monument this is a big misconception a lot of people believe that were there is a sign they should dig.Nothing will be there all you are doing by digging is destroying were it is telling you to go next.The actual place as to were it is at you will never even know it is there,this is were the instructions that have been presented in this thread come into play many many years of developing this practice are involved hear. This is just something that just is not developed overnight and Sandy1 deserves great respect for this achievement and developing it in to what it is.
    Last edited by cyzak; Sep 11, 2019 at 10:05 PM.
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    The mountains have rules.They are harsh rules,but they are there,and if you keep to them you are safe.A mountain is not like humanity. A mountain is sincere. The weapons to conquer it exists inside you,inside your soul.

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    Barton Thom

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    Hello Quinoa,

    Post # 4629 I really like your shaft sign--the lower photo--could the "Cache site" --be within a circle of 100 yards? Just a gut feeling.
    If I was at your site--I would walk around in a circle to view it at all angles. Excellent photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinoa View Post
    Not sure if people caught the general shape of the shaft sign on the boulder with the parallel lines. Forget about positive and negative space, just look at the general outline everything makes.Click image for larger version. 

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    Hey Q, thanks for sharing. Notice how it's like the deer hoofs.

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    The 1st photo is a bird sitting in it's nest protecting it's eggs/chicks. The second appears to also be a bird leading away from it's nest, follow the tail. Bird's in nature will lead a predator away from it's nest. Where are you located? SW?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KXMember View Post
    The 1st photo is a bird sitting in it's nest protecting it's eggs/chicks. The second appears to also be a bird leading away from it's nest, follow the tail. Bird's in nature will lead a predator away from it's nest. Where are you located? SW?
    SW Colorado
    The mountains have rules.They are harsh rules,but they are there,and if you keep to them you are safe.A mountain is not like humanity. A mountain is sincere. The weapons to conquer it exists inside you,inside your soul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    The only people who get to see what treasure is dug up are the people who go out and find it and their buyers.
    The government, if they get wind of a treasure being inside a man made vault will claim the treasure and make the area off limits as an archaeological site in a heartbeat.

    Now lets look at this from an Informers Perspective :
    1: We show a picture of a Gold Bar (which I have done in my avatar) The first question (is it yours?) Hypothetically lets say Yes. Obviously anybody can say it is theirs so no real proof there.
    2: In order to prove its yours we need to see a picture of you holding it, and how heavy it is 4lb's and what size 6x2 inches etc.? Ok so you show a picture of you holding the bar, well that's not quite enough for the Feds, even though your holding a Archaeological artifact which is of course illegal.
    3: Where did you find it at? so you say it was found in the Caballo Mountains in NM, placing you at the treasure location.
    4:What was the vault like, how deep etc, can we see pictures? so you show pictures of the vault, Now the Feds have enough to at least investigate you for disturbing an Archaeological vault which you admitted to having treasure in and removing illegally, this means they are going to be keeping track of your spending which makes it very hard to fly under the radar.

    By now I hope I have made my point, no matter how much evidence you show online there will always be skeptics (it was photoshopped, its a fake bar, it was a friends bar not yours etc.) But in the meantime you will be watched very closely by big brother thinking that maybe you really are telling the truth which is not at all good for you as the finder or the seller.
    I don't know if you meant to, but what you described is almost word for word how an investigator / detective would build evidence to make a case. With that being said, think! Who is constantly demanding proof? What's their background? What job did they retire from? They may not be a sentinel, maybe just transferred to another agency.............. Yup! Not a sentinel, just working for another goal. Have they actually come out & said, "I'm not a sentinel."?
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    "Hold my beer and watch this!"

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    Hey Sandy thought I would drop you a line just say thank you for being my friend and teaching me how to teach myself you showed me all the tools for the trade.I was busy this summer so I only got back into the place once this year, unfortunately weather was horrible for the camera mostly rain but there is always next year I know I am getting close.I sure hope the younger generation pays attention to your thread if they are willing to do the work it will pay off. I have absolutely no trouble believing that, been doing this for awhile now and it sure turned my thinking around about it.You have put a lot of work into your research and I know it has been beneficial for you I am just glad that you were kind and had the intelligence to share it with the world. Here is one of my photos of and interesting spot in there.Click image for larger version. 

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